We certainly sense love with a feeling, but I read once a long time ago that love is actually a verb.
Love is behavior. Love is the way we show up, the things we do, the way we speak, the way we treat one another.
This week, let us each decide that we are going to expand love in our lives by the way we express love every single moment.
This might mean that we will call somebody that we love and haven't spoken to for a while.
It might mean that we will leave a no
Listening well is one of the best ways to the heart of all relationships. Listening effectively requires your full presence. This includes your ability to notice what you are noticing. Pay attention to when you are feeling contracted or tense versus when you feel more open and alive. This one tool can be a key to making great shifts in your relationships. Focusing your attention and being committed to understanding are not always easy. You may not agree with the other perso
Do you ever sit and dream about how you’d like your life to be –
Trips you’d like to take …
Cars, homes, and vacation properties you’d like to own?
Do you ever dream of earning 3, 4, even TEN TIMES your present income? What happens? Do you talk yourself out of your dreams? Push them aside while you tend to the details of your day? Do you compromise? When you confine your dreams with artificial boundaries – you are cheating yourself and cheating those around you of the bes
Many of us are so busy on this pursuit of happiness that we haven’t stopped to really think about what our definition of happiness really is. Happiness is defined on Wikipedia as: “A state of mind or feeling characterized by contentment, love, satisfaction and pleasure or joy.” Dictionary.com says that, “Happiness results from the possession or attainment of what one considers good.” This got me thinking…what really makes me happy? Not just momentarily happy like a double sco
Bill Nightingale tells a story about an efficiency expert named Ivy Lee who was hired by a major business person to give him his top advice on how to increase productivity, efficiency and his bottom line.
He was told to prioritize the top six things he wanted to get done.
"Do number one and don't do anything else until you get number one done." The man said, "I am supposed to pay you all that money and you give me that advice?"
Ivy Lee told him to do it for thirty da
Paying tribute to small moments of happiness throughout your day imprints them on your memory, making your life richer, easier and more colorful. Often we don't slow down enough to savor the bits of happy scattered throughout our days. Those all add up to happiness. Happiness is not some rosy high you walk around in all day like a fog. It is appreciating the small joys and even the mundane in your daily life. One way to increase your happiness is to become aware of all the li
We each have this silent partner in the Law of life. This partner is always working with us, looking out for our greater good, wanting creativity and fun to come forth through us.
We need only move with this ever present upward progression of life. If we try to shortcut it, we experience struggle. If we are not willing to learn, think and act in more expansive ways, then the Law continues to work perfectly, patterning the small thinking we are doing and creating continuing